National Park Service
The National Park Service is awarding $16.2 million in grants to preserve historic landmarks connected to the civil rights movement.
The space where Detroit’s first Black-owned bookstore lived has received a preservation grant from the National Park Service.
The program Preservation in Practice was created as an avenue to empower students at historically Black colleges and universities to pursue careers in historic preservation.
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